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Date(s) - 19/02/2019

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Birmingham Symphony Hall

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Symphony Orchestra of India
Zane Dalal : Conductor
Zakir Hussain : Tabla


Berlioz : Roman Carnival Overture
Hussain : Peshkar, 30’
Rimsky-Korsakov : Scheherazade, Op 35, 42’

It is always a special occasion when an international orchestra performs in Symphony Hall for the first time. When that occasion is a UK debut, it resonates on a deeper level. Tonight, the amazing Symphony Orchestra of India performs in the UK for the first time since their founding in 2006 in an evening that culminates in Rimsky-Korsakov’s classic retelling of the Thousand and One Nights with all its glittering splendour and gorgeous colour.

Before that, tabla master Zakir Hussain makes a long awaited return to Birmingham to perform his Peshkar, a tabla concerto commissioned in 2015 by India’s National Centre of Performing Arts.

Pre-concert conversation at 6:15pm with Zane Dalal.
This conversation will be signed by a British Sign Language interpreter.

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Dress Code: None

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